It is positive at the end. It make an end to all projects which don't care about privacy and censorship resistance. They will not survive.
Banks will replace the centralized exchanges (happens already with Fidor bank for instance).
If privacy is important for society there will be a demand for project like Bitsquare. If not, because governments and big companies are respecting and protection the data of their users, then there will be no need for projects like Bitsquare. Only the geeks will use it then (maybe like the current state :-)).
Judge yourself if we are developing in a direction where we can trust the entities in power to not abuse their power over our data or not.
Be aware that today's actions might be turned against you in a possible future. Even if you don't expect a problem in future you should be prepared for the case when you have been wrong. You cannot undo todays actions.